Traveling with Polaroid: Plastiras Lake

This is the first post of a series I am going to make with Polaroid images from my travels around Greece. I really enjoy taking Polaroids and despite being a kind of expensive hobby, I tend to shoot very few each month.

I got involved in instant photography after Polaroid stopped producing its films. Thankfully, Impossible Project started producing films again, and I hope they will keep making those instant films. I also use a Fuji Instax camera, but I really prefer the unique look of a Polaroid photo.

Today’s images were taken at Plastiras Lake. All photos taken with a Polaroid SX-70 camera. I also own the Spectra, but the SX-70 is my favorite.

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3 Responses to Traveling with Polaroid: Plastiras Lake

  1. G.M. says:

    Nice old look

  2. G.M. says:

    …I have lots of Polaroids from 1993.
    They kept untouched (colors like when taken).
    Now I’m bored of that process.

  3. G.A. says:

    Sorry the keyboard again

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